Mikoroshoni School

Tue, Jun 30th 2009 at 12:00 am - 2:00 am

One of our projects has been to support the Mikoroshoni School in Kenya.

In August 1996, during a holiday in Mombasa, Kenya, one of our members came across the building in the photograph below. It was a school for 130 pupils!




He decided there & then that he wanted to help and with the help of some dedicated friends set about the transformation told in pictures below:

To find out more about the hard working  the story of this project and the hard-working volunteers involved visit: www.mikoroshoniprimaryschool.org.uk   


The school as it is today.

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